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  1.  (10510.21)
    @roadscum - Lovely work. Nailed a mood all writers dread.

    @oldhat - did you see the Banksy limited edition Tesco Value Molotov prints?
  2.  (10510.22)
    What's the thought on photoshoppery for this? Because the image I have in my head is going to require some serious multiple exposure style action to make work. I might be able to do it all in-camera, but it'd be a tad easier to do it with GIMP.
    • CommentTimeFeb 25th 2012
    With what you want to do with it, that sounds fine. Will just not allow Photoshoppery when used for evil (putting yourself on to a screencap of Dune, for instance).

    Just be reasonable with its use.
  3.  (10510.24)
    putting yourself on to a screencap of Dune, for instance


    I might do that anyway, just because it would be AWESOME.
  4.  (10510.25)
    Hmm... Now this is a challenge I might be able to participate in. Brain is set to Think...
    • CommentTimeFeb 29th 2012 edited
    I may be off-base here, but Central Florida has what I believe are unique storms. It can be raining buckets on my neighbors lawn and nothing on mine, during a dry summer you can feel like you have your own personal drought watching the guy 20 feet is away dancing in his own personal monsoon. This is heading home one of those afternoons, the folks on the right are sun bathing, and the folks on the left are wondering if their car will float away.

    So this is 1/2 drought.


    Not a perfect fit but I like the idea threads and don't want to see it die, plus I heard there would be fabulous contest prizes for the winner.

    edit: Fixed it, there wasn't a first image, just a ghost in the machine.
    • CommentTimeFeb 29th 2012
    Hey Fred, the first one isn't loading, but I LOVE the second one! I love love LOVE storms like that. And I think it really does bring forth the theme well! AWESOME job!
    • CommentAuthorroadscum
    • CommentTimeMar 1st 2012
    fabulous contest prizes for the winner

    Bottle of Tesco Value Vodka and a cheese and pickle sandwich?

    I can't see the first picture either but the second one is excellent. I've sometimes seen walls of rain marching across the countryside here and it's an awesome sight. Yes, half a drought in Florida works for me.
  5.  (10510.29)
    A few more days to have the new site in shape and I'll have some good ones to post here. Great theme.
    • CommentTimeMar 12th 2012
    9 more days, folks...
    • CommentAuthormanglr
    • CommentTimeMar 12th 2012 edited
    Every drought comes to an end....

    Drought's End
  6.  (10510.32)
    It's been raining on and off the past two days, and my mind isn't giving me anything good to do with it.
    • CommentTimeMar 13th 2012

    Tough theme to start. Here a picture of something dry and underwater.

    I can't see the second photo ... sorry.
    • CommentTimeMar 15th 2012
    My Tuesday night drought.

    • CommentTimeMar 15th 2012
    @FredG: Brilliant shot. @ manglr: Been there, done that (though I suppose my shot would be of boxer-briefs? (they are my undies of choice for men)) @diello: OH NO!!! That is a tragedy! I have tequila? and many, many different beers (including one I tried for the first time tonight).
    • CommentAuthorDylanblues
    • CommentTimeMar 16th 2012

    Low tide near my house in Northport NY...
    • CommentTimeMar 17th 2012
    @& - what beer did you try out for the first time? And how'd you like it?
  7.  (10510.38)
    A lone Mardi Gras bead, a month later.
    • CommentTimeMar 19th 2012
    @diello: Erdinger Dunkel - it's a wheat beer. Also, quite delicious and oh so drinkable!
    • CommentTimeMar 19th 2012
    Squeaking in under the wire with this one. It's not perfect, but it's creepy, and that was really my main goal.


    It's called "Waterrrrr.... waaaaaaaaterrrrr...."

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